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Dago, a Russian island in the government of Esthonia at the entry of the Gulf of Finland, and N. of the island of OEsel, from which it is separated by a narrow channel. It became Russian in 1791, and the inhabitants who are Danish, Swedish, and Russian, subsist chiefly by hunting and fishing - especially sealing. There is some coasting trade. Area 370 square miles.